For quality of life, Bolzano ranks first
Provinces of the Central and Eastern Alps and parts of central Italy (especially the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Po Valley). This is where the provinces where people live best are located. According to the results of the 25th edition of ItaliaOggi – Ital Communications’ study on the quality of life, the quality of life in Italy was good or acceptable in 63 of the 107 provinces (here). ranking is complete). The score was determined by parameters such as Business and employment, environment, education and training, population, crime, income and wealth, social security, health and retirement. Compared to last year, Bolzano is at the top, followed by the metropolitan areas of Milan and Bologna. (They are fifth and third respectively in 2022). Trento drops down to fourth place with 887.73 points (it was at the top of the ranking last year) followed by Florence (864.74 points). Crotone is confirmed at the bottom of the rankings (in 2022) at 107th place.
Gap between central-northern and southern Italy
While the northern provinces and large parts of central Italy dominate on the one hand, the quality of life in the south and islands is poor or inadequate. In fact, research is focusing on itA large gap between the two parts Characterized by good performance on one hand and strong vulnerability on the other.
The post Kovid
A trend in the past two years that can be precisely defined “Post-Covid” is particularly about the so-called “metropolises”. It emerges from the point of view of quality of life. Suffice it to note that this year Milan took second place. Well, as we’ve seen, Bologna and Florence, but Turin and Rome gain about twenty positions compared to ’22, albeit at 31st and 33rd respectively.
Quality of life, full ranking
Here is the complete ranking of all provinces.
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